Mr. Abu Kamara holds a master of Arts Degree in Peace and Development Studies from Njala University Bo Campus with 8As and 4Bs in various courses. He also holds a FirstClass undergraduate degree with Honours in Social Work. He is a lecturer
Positive Peace: Positive peace refers to the presence of conditions that promote and sustain harmony, well-being, and justice within a society. It represents more than just the absence of violence or conflict; it encompasses the establishment of social, political, and economic structures that foster cooperation, equity, and overall human flourishing. Positive peace is often associated with long-term stability and the absence of underlying tensions that could lead to conflict.
The Cry of an Orphan:
Introduction The cry of an orphan is a haunting sound that resonates deep within the human soul. It is a cry born out of loss, abandonment, and the profound absence of parental love and guidance. Orphans are children who have been thrust into a world where they must navigate life's treacherous path alone, or with the support of strangers who become their surrogate families. In this narrative, I explore the cry of an orphan, shedding light on their struggles, resilience, and the enduring spark of hope that drives them forward.
In an era marked by growing climate awareness and the pressing need for action, it is not surprising that political frustration has become a prevailing emotion for many individuals and communities worldwide. This frustration stems from the perceived inability or unwillingness of governments and leaders to take decisive and meaningful steps to combat climate change. Here, we delve deeper into the profound emotional and societal implications of this political frustration: